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Open every Saturday 8:00am - 3:00pm and Sunday 10:00am - 2:00pm, year round. The Market at Western Fair District is located at 900 King St. in the Confederation Building, featuring two floors of high-quality, farm fresh goods and unique products...more
Anytime I am back in London I always head to this market. A wonderful place to hang out with friends and have some great coffee, listen to awesome buskers and spend my money on all kinds of treats. Fresh fruit, veggies, baked goods, flowers they...More
Way too hipster-ish with gluten free, dairy free, taste free weird tasting food items. Stinking hot, filthy bathrooms and an elevator that smells like pee. No parking for blocks. Ridiculously over priced... we will stick to going to All 'bout cheese during its regular business...More
Fun place to pick up some unique items and have some good food. Prices are decent and most places have samples to try something before purchase. A lot of the food is allergy and diet friendly, with a lot of baked goods being vegan as...More
Beautiful market with lots of differ et fresh and homemade foods to eat! Make sure you go when you're hungry and bring your own bags to take home the lovely produce and baked goods for later! Make sure to buy the homemade meat pies and...More
The two main markets are very different. This is a higher end market versus the trails end market. Food offerings are good and there are several higher end vendors. Mexican food is great as is the West Indian spot. Try the meat pies!!
We hit up the market every Saturday morning to grab all our fresh produce and meat. The market offers a wide array of venders selling anything you can think of. A definite must if you're looking for something to do on a Saturday morning or...More
It's only open on Saturdays (08h - 15h), and it's not particularly conveniently located, but it's a real market in the way Covent Garden only aspires to be. Lots of local producers from the region, a fair degree of ethnic diversity, numerous sources for pretty...More
This was our second visit and it is a great place to gather on a Saturday morning in winter. There are plenty of places to eat if you want breakfast or lunch or coffee or you can pick it up and take it home.
Truly, it's something for everyone. My wife and I enjoyed walking around this market. Food, nick-nacks, groceries, arts and crafts, you name it and it's there. My wife likes to shop, and me too but it takes me a much shorter period of time. So,...More